Correa's first home run was a solo blast off Esmil Rogers in the top of the third inning. His second home run was a two-run shot off Neil Wagner in the eighth inning.
Correa came into the game batting just .133 (2 for 15) with no home runs or RBI in nine games.
Jackson had three hits, including his second triple this spring, and scored once during Thursday's 4-2 loss against the Marlins. Jackson ran his spring average to .520 (13 for 25). He also has one double, one home run, eight RBI, right runs, one stolen base, .840 slugging percentage and 1.396 OPS in nine spring games.
The club still expects Profar to be ready for opening day, but he hasn't played the field due to a shoulder issue. Profar is expected to open the year as the starting second baseman. He hit .234/.308/.336 in 286 at-bats last year.
The goal seems to be to get Hamels into an exhibition game before spring training breaks. He will not be ready for the regular season.
Deduno has been sharp this spring, allowing one run in 9 2/3 innings (0.93 ERA). He's allowed just five hits and four walks, while striking out eight.
LaRoche socked three more singles against the Mets to raise his batting average to .348. After recording 33 home runs and 100 RBI in 2012, he managed just 20 homers and 62 RBI a year ago. His slugging percentage dropped from .510 to .403.
Hughes lowered his ERA to 1.04. He's allowed three runs (one earned) on seven hits and two walks in 8 2/3 innings. He has seven strikeouts.
Rios has been dealing with an oblique injury, and wasn't expected to return until Saturday. He'll hit fifth and play right field. Rios hit .278/.324/.432 in 616 at-bats last year.
Soto has yet to play this spring due to a foot injury. He was initially targeting a Saturday return, so it's a promising sign he was able to come back a few days early. Soto hit .245/.328/.466 in 163 at-bats last year.